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Surprise Atlanta shares USL-1 lead with Whitecaps
May 7th, 2007 10AM

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The Atlanta Silverbacks are the USL-1's early surprise, sharing first place with the defending champion Vancouver Whitecaps.

The Silverbacks beat the Carolina RailHawks, 2-0, on goals by David Hayes and Justin Moore to preserve their undefeated season, improving their record to 2-0-2.

Vancouver improved to 2-0-2 with a 1-1 at Rochester Friday night and a 2-1 win at Minnesota on Sunday.

WEEKEND RESULTS:
USL First Division
May 4
Carolina 0, Puerto Rico 0.
Rochester 1 (Palguta 51) Vancouver 1 (Gjertsen 9).
May 5
Atlanta 2 (Hayes pen. 18, Moore 48) Carolina 0.
Miami 0 Montreal 1 (Gbeke 69).
Seattle 1 (Knox 20) Portland 0.
May 6
Charleston 1 (Chin 3) Rochester 1 (Menyongar 58).
Minnesota 1 (Juarez 66) Vancouver 2 (Alberts 50, Klein 88).

USL Second Division
May 4
Baltimore 0 Cleveland 4 (Lemons 12, Leibbrandt 18, McGregor 58, Moffat 90).
May 5
Harrisburg 4 (Odour 7, Ombiji 68, Fisher 70, Velten 90) Charlotte 3 (Ruud 4, 36, Coggins 85).
Baltimore 0 Cincinnati 1 (Jones 87).
Wilmington 1 (Northup 36) Richmond 2 (Schramm 77, Watson 89).
Western Mass 1 (Willis 49) New Hampshire 1 (Barbosa pen. 26).



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